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: i am lawrence lee in the dutchie of cornwall the air of britain owned by the prince of wales and where there are growing concerns about the economic and political actives of the man that will one day be king. on inside story, we bring together unexpected voices closest to the story, invite hard-hitting debate and desenting views and always explore issues relevant to you. so many money stories sound complicated. but don't worry, i'm here to take the fear out of finance. every night on my show i break down confusing financial speak and hi, my name is jonathan betz, and i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm an anchor for al jazeera america. i started in a small television station in rural arkansas. it's a part of the country that often gets overlooked. but there are a lot of fascinating people there, a lot of fascinating stories there. i like that al jazeera will pay attention to those kinds of places. what drew me to journalism is i like the idea that we are documenting history. al jazeera documents it like none other. and to be a journalist, and to be part of a team like that? that'
interview. there is hardly anyone in the history of t.v. who could make that claim. lawrence lee, al jazeera, london. >> section abuse scandals and leaked documents have scarred the reputation of the vatican in recent years. asonia gays gallegos recorports overhaul of laws. >> change may be ringing out at the vatican. in recent times the roman catholic church has had its share of trouble to deal with. it's reeled from one scandal to the next and had accusations it did more to cover up the times than punish perpetrators. pope fr popes pope francis made it a point of urgency to deal with members of the collegeky and lay people who live and work inside the vatican city. obvious have been the changes to laws involving child abuse, a crime that cares carries 12 years i am prisonment and a hefty fine. >> the church awareness is changing but we are not at the point yet where bishops are forced to deny ounce crimes. the question is: how much of the blow will really be applied. >> the vatican had in fact signed up for the u.n. convention on the rights of a child back in 1990. but it's taken it 22 ye
to the less glamorous side of the fashion business. lawrence lee reports from beyond the cat walks. >> reporter: the british economy has take own a turn for the better but still cheap, dispose clothes are irresistible popular. that's at the heart of the conditions for the people who make them. the plaza distiers placed enormous pressure on the global retailers. to protect workers against things lake fire and others didn't. new pay rates for something approaching a living wage for garment workers still haven't been set. this bangladesh union leader who has been lobbying in london thinks it's the outcome after the deaths of more than a thousand people. >> it means that they are actually not interested to make a progress for the workers, for the development of the workers, they simply think about their profit. >> reporter: and just as mean spirited in the view of campaigners, is the refusal by several household name multinational chains to offer any compensation at all to people killed or made destituted by the building collapse. >> they are making huge profits at the expense of the w
compensation for the victims of the plaza disaster nearly five months ago, lawrence lee has this report from drop 67 the british economy may a has takena turn for the better but cheap disposable close arer readvertisresit atthatbly popul. pressure on the retailers. protecting work ends against thing like fire yet others didn't, new pay rates for something approaching a living wage for garment workers still hasn't been set. this union leader who been lobbying in london think it's a thin outcome off the deaths of more than a thousand people. >> it means that they are actually not interested to make a progress for the workers, for the development of the workers, they simply think about their profit. >> reporter: and just as mean spirited in the view of campaigners is the refusal by several household name multi-national chain to his offer any compensation to people killed or made destituted by the building collapse. >> they are making huge profits at the expense of the workers and when something like this happens, which was both avoidable and should have been avoided the fact that the companies
neutral. but as al jazerra's lawrence lee reports there are growing concerns about how the principal wales uses his billion dollars business empire. >> reporter: they are packing up for the end of the tourism season in cornwall and for many people that means wondering how to make money through the winter. here like most other english cities, there are the usual signs of the collapse of the traditional high streets. but on the edge of town there is a different story. plans have been agreed for a supermarket and housing on these fields. farming land owned by the dutchie of corn walled. it's worth $60 million to the local economy and will create 2 million jobs and sale produce to the local farming community. yet all same thousands of people signed a petition against it. >> discussions recently held on greenfield sites and the need to like at dairy farmers, he's done that around high grove, his beloved home, and you can't blame him for doing so. we would love to sa see the same happen here. >> reporter: much of cornwall has been a dutchie, the current duke of cornwall the prince of wales has t
businesses, lawrence lee reports that some critics feel the prince of wales section seeding his powers by influencing politics too. >> reporter: the dutchie of cornwall the land and property of the prince of wales is so big that it affects the lives of everyone in this southwestern corner of england. when the dutchie applies for permission for a new project, it always gets its way. sometimes local politicians try to oppose what the dutchie wants to do. they say they find it is as secretive as it is powerful. >> information if you like, comes out, you know, trickle, trickle, and what they want us to know, you know, in this day and age, you know, in this century, you know, anything to do with, you know, with the monarchy, monarch and so on, should be open and transparent and the people should know what's going on there. >> you are thinking cornwall isn't? >> no, it didn't. >> reporter: the dutchie is worth well over a billion dollars. the projects it develops the philosophies that underpins them are designedded to mirror the views of prince charles himself but should he really be doing t
to be enforcement if pennsylvania does not comply, the meeting is going on all morning in paris and lawrence lee is live for us there and lawrence kerry is saying they are all agreed including russia that there will be session consequences if he does not give up his chemical weapons. >> yes, i think we have learned some things and a lot of things that are still very much up in the air to be honest at this point. what i think you have really seen today in terms are these three most significant western diplomates trying to speak with one voice, trying to get back on the front foot having been accused of being comprehensively out flanked by the russians diplomately. and to try and suggest that they are going to force the syrian authorities in to doing what they say and the key words repeatedly that came out of the news conference i think were commitment and accountability from john kerry he wanted and william hague binding commitments, a timeframe, and enforcement things so they made sure the syrian authorities weren't playing games with them and behind that as they all said there was the threat of
have been flattered to have the frost interview. lawrence lee, al jazeera london. >> gorge, i'm morgan radford and these are some of the stories we're following at this hour. secretary of state john kerry says the case against the syrian government is growing stronger by the day. kerry told several sunday talk shows, the government should not allow assad to gas people with impunity. but the the syrian president says the united states lacks authority that the government was involved. >>> former egyptian president mohammed morsi will stand trial. 14 other members of the muslim brotherhood are to be tried alongside him. no trial date has been set. >>> japan's nuclear regulators are concerning releasing water, 18 times higher than previously reported. that's enough to kill a person within hours. the new leak was also discovered at the facility over the weekend and the plant was heavily damaged after an earthquake an tsunami in march of 2011. >>> ford is recalling almost 400,000 cars because of a problem with its power steering. the 2005-2011 cars include the crown victoria, mercury grand m
right, lawrence lee in london, thanks for that. egypt state prosecutor announced the post president mohamed morsi will go on trial and relate to the violence outside the presidential palace in cairo last december and suspected of ordering supporters to attack demonstrators angry at the sweeping powers and 14 members of the muslim brotherhood will be tried on the same criminal charges. and the northeastern border military operation is underway to smuggling weapons in gaza and these are pictures from saturday showing explosions over the border crossing and according to the army 80% of the tunnels are no longer functioning and the operation continues and explosions have been heard and buildings are reported to have been destroyed. a rights activist is appointed prime minister in senegal hours after the government was sacked and she is the second in history to be prime minister and justice minister in the outgoing government and pursued cases involving senior officials. u.n. to the african great lakes region went to congo and mary robinson is there as they are backed by u.n. soldiers ar
's bring in lawrence lee to discuss some of what has been said there. first of all we have seen in the last hour-and-a-half four different foreign ministers from four different countries from both sides of the political divide talking about the importance of revising geneva talks but with different perspectives to get to the negotiating table. >> ♪ my name is jonathan betz. i'm from dallas, texas, and i'm >>> the unemployment rate sa down again. >>> i'll tell you what the fastest growing job in the country is and why you shouldn't aspire to it. >>> the race is on to convince young americans to buy health insurance, but what happens if young invincibles just say no? i'm ali velshi, and this is "real money." >>> welcome to "real money." you are the most important part of the show. tell me what you think by tweeting me
for al jazeera. lawrence lee has more. >> hello. welcome to frost over the world. >> by the time david frost arrived on the jean at al jazeera, he had achieved something no other television journalist ever did. he became a true global star, someone celebrities wanted to be interviewed boo him. >> it has been pretty much a disaster. >> he was equally at home sitting opposite hammet karzai, his charm, he had as much time for a colleague in the correspondence corridor. >> the amount of people he dealt with on a daily basis, some of the top people in the world, se celebrities but he was an ordinary guy, really a very nice man. >> david cameron says my heart goes out to karina and the family. sir david was angextraordinary man with carm, wit, talent, intelligence and warmth in equal measure. he made a huge impact on television. the next on interviews were among the greatest broadcast moments but there were many other brilliant interviews. he could be a friend and a fearsom interviewer. >> after making his name in britain in the 1960s, he broke through with the u.s. with what mr. cameron al
face consequence is if it lets go of its stock piles. lawrence lee reports. >> diplomatic chess game, syria had to start playing to their rules on the disposal of chemical weapons or else. >> now russia did agree in geneva that chapter 7 is mentioned specifically as the root for compliance, if there is noncompliance, or any use of chemical weapons by anyone in syria. >> if such is the rush to look if there's progress, there was disagreement over timing reached in geneva. russians said they weren't completely aware that the deadline had begun. what's enormously sketchy is the aspiration of chemical weapons. >> that has used them repeatedly against the syrian people. so the pressure is on them to comply with this agreement in full. the world must be prepared to hold them to account. if they don't, and our three countries are certainly determined to do so. >> this was overwhelmingly an attempt by the three most hawkish western powers over syria to look as if they are back on the front foot, to seem to be leading events rather than being led by them. and all the talk of enforcement and a
against the interests of local people. lawrence lee, al jazeera, cornwall. >>> on sunday we'll have the second part of that. lawrence lee will look at whether the future king has exceeded his powers by what should be left to an parliamentary inquiry i would have thaw. >>> the cuban made a surprise announcement, allows athletes to play for r foreign teams. we have the report. >> reporter: cuba continually produces some of the finest athletes on the planet. over the next few years this major league baseball star is set to earn over $40 million. he's no sporting icon. he deeffec defected to the u.s.e change of policy allows cubans to play for foreign teams is an attempt to change that. >> this is ultimately about the effort of the cuban political lead to reinvigorate the country and reinvent themselves as an open, more confident socialist country. >> reporter: in cuba professional athletes that earned $40 a month see their wages rise considerably. top baseball players on the island could earn over $200 a month. it's still no match for what athletes can earn in the u.s., but sports lawy
hosted a series of interviews for al jazeera. lawrence lee has more. >> hello. welcome to "frost over the world." >> reporter: by the time david frost arrived on screen on al jazeera, he achieved something no other television journalist ever did. he was a true global star, a man whom celebrities, world leaders and the rest actually wanted to be interviewed by, even if they knew it might be uncomfortable. >> so far it's been, you know, pretty much a disaster. >> it has. >> reporter: he was equally at home sitting opposite karzai as he was next to isabel. such was his charm and presence that he was impossible not to like. despite his fame he had as much time for a colleague in the core doer as he did a serving prime minister. >> amazing because of the amount of people he dealt with on a daily basis, people he knew by first-name terms, some of the top people in the world. statesmen, celebrities. he knew them all, and yet he was still an ordinary guy and a really nice man. >> reporter: david cameron said, my heart goes out to corina and the family. sir david was an extraordinary man with
sides of the lat lantic. anyone who is anyone would be flattered to get a frost interview. lawrence lee, al jazeera, london. >>> still ahead, we report from french guiana on residents taking on a gold mining country to protect their part of the amaz amazon. >>> i'm nick spicer in germany. i'm looging at how the main challenging to angela merkel is struggling to revive his campaign. >> jorge lorenzo edges him out in a thrilling race when we return. ... ... >>> welcome back. the top stories here on al jazeera. the arab league is meeting in cairo to discuss how best to the respond to the suspected chemical attack in syria. saudi arabia's foreign minister said his country would support a u.s. strike if the syrian people did. >>> they say a military threat will not undermine his fight against terrorist groups. u.s. president barack obama is seeking congress's approval for a military operation in response to an alleged chemical attack on civilians. >>> hillary is a professor at american university and yale university and a former white house and state department official. she joins us from wa
. lawrence lee, al jazeera, london. >>> south africa's legendary leader nelson mandela went home to johannesburg on sunday after three months in the hospital. the 95-year-old remains in critical condition. an intensive care facility has been set up inside his home. south africa's president jacob zuma updates the public on sunday asking the public to accept their national hero has grown old and frail. >>> a french company wants to mine for gold in a protected area of the amazon, and the residents are none to happy about it. the fight in french guiana has set off a debate in how france should protect their part of the amazon. al jazeera reports. >> reporter: for cedric a walk deep into the jungle it was an exotic holiday. rather for him the rain forest is a way of daily life and survival. >> translator: here in the jungle we go to hunt and to fish. it's our culture. without this jungle we have nothing here. >> reporter: he and 70 other people live in the village here deep in the jungles of french guiana, making this europe's largest national park and it's only slice of the amazon.
with president nixon. he also held interviews for al jazeera. lawrence lee has more. >> welcome to cross over the world. -- >> by the time david arrived on the street in al jazeera he had become a true global star, a man -p whom celebrities actually wanted to be interviewed by even if they knew it might be uncomfortable. >> so far it's been pretty much a disaster. >>> he was equally at home signature across hamid kharazi. his charm, his preessence, he was impossible not to like. despite the fame, he also had as much time for time in the corridor as he did serving a prime minister. >> amazing because of the amount of people that he dealt with on a daily basis. people he knew on first-name terms from the top of the world from statesmen, celebrities and he was still just an ordinary guy. really a nice man. >> reporter: david cameron says: >> also making his name in britain in the 19 1960s, his mt famous interview with richard nixon when the american president admitted he betrayed his people. that's posed something in frost's genius in understanding how people operate and getting them oh to reve
come from the united kingdom. lawrence lee is following that part of the story for us. >> exporting's great for the economic recovery. when a company approached the department of business for an export license for syria at the end of last year, it was granted. the company said it would ship chemicals for the manufacture of window frames and showers. those same materials are also integral in the manufacture of chemical weapons, which much of the world assumes the syrian government has used against its own people and britain has described as a war crime. >> the shipments never actually went, so at the moment, nobody's suggesting the british chemicals have been used to gas syrian children, but there's a bigger question, it's whether the government here has learned the lesson of a decade ago about so-called dual use materials. >> dual use was the phrase on everyone's lips at the end of 2002, when united nations inspectors were racing around iraq. the british and american governments were arguing then that some things imported by iraq and which looked harmless enough also had a military
was buried, a woman is known as the people's princess. lawrence lee, al jazeera, london. >> next up on al jazeera, a church group takes a new approach to ramping up religion. re# #a# #d# #y# ##fo# #r# ## >>> big night. tennis. football. what else? >> a big no. it's opening night in the nfl between your defending super bowl champion. now you had a lot of story lines for peyton manning and the broncos get your revenge tonight. they are despite losing some key players but mother nature stole the show. our mike is kicking it live at mile high and has more on that. >> michael? >>> you know considering how the match up went the last three times these teams faced off in that play off game last year here at mile high. the revenge factors your mentioned was key far lot of people involved in this match up especially the fan they came unexpectly but the high reached 97 degrees here in deb in denve. out of nowhere these thunderous storms popped up and once the game did resume, i should say once it started, it sort took some of the wind out of the fan's sails as it relates how they will be up for this
. lawrence lee, al jazeera, london. >>> a child is reportedly among at least eight people who have died after flash flooding in eastern romania. rescuers say 700 houses were flooded in 12 villages during a six-hour rainstorm that began late on wednesday. 45 people have been rescued so far with more than 300 others evacuated, and more rain is forecast in the coming days. >>> crews in spain's northwest have been struggling to contain two wildfires burning in the region. the fires, which together have blackened 1500 hectares and threatened homes in the regions north. the fire started late on wednesday. >>> engineers in italy say the biggest problem they face now is the weather as they plan to salvage the costa concordia cruise ship. they want to begin rolling the ship into an upright position on monday. this unprecedented operation comes 21 months after it capsized off the italian island of gigilio. >> this time of year it's the end of summer, so weather is the single biggest risk to the operation. >> al jazeera explains how the operation will happen in all goes to plan. >> reporter: the costa c
to remind politically neutral. as lawrence lee reports there are concerns about how the presence of wals uses his billion dollar empire. >> they are packing up from the tourist season in cornwell. in truro there were the signs of the collapse of the high streets. on the edge of town there's a different story much plans have been agreed for a supermarket and housing on the fields - farming land owned by the duchy of cornwall. the development is worth $60 million to the local economy, creating 200 jobs and will sell local produce to help the farming community. thousands signed a petition against it. >> discussions held on greenfield sites and the need to look after small dairy farmers, the need to plant areas of wild flower meadow - he did it around high grove, his home in gloster shire, and you can't blame him for doing so. we'd like to see the same here. >> much of cornwall has been the property of the duke since the 14th century. the current duke has turned it into a massive business. he owns thousands of properties, coastlines, rivers and beaches. he and the queen will share the profit
. lawrence lee, al jazeera in cornwall. >> well, michael eaves is back here with sports and i'm glad that the miami marlins finally caught a break. >> bad season, good finish to the season. despite winning two world series titles, major league baseball and miami haven't been a good mix and when you add the team's brand influence but mostly empty stadium some might call it a disaster. but today on the final day of an otherwise disappointing season, henderson, after blanking the al central champion detroit tigers, he ended up celebrating his no hitter as he stood on the on deck circle. two out one on pitch at the bottom of the 9th inning, to secure a no hitter and the fifth in marlins history. >>> now to the nfl where peyton manning is turning the 2013 season into his own personal highlight reel. 12 touchdowns through the first three games of the season. he would add to that total today, manning led the eagles secondary, 327 yards for another four touchdowns bringing his season total to an nfl record through the first four games to 16 and get this: he still hasn't thrown an intercepti
king come granted licenses for some of the components. lawrence lee has that part of the story. >> reporter: they say the u.k. government will help economy recovery, they will help syria from the start of last year. the company said they would ship contempts for last year, but those same materials sodium fluoride and potassium fluoride are integral in the chemical weapons, which much of the world has assumed the syrian government has used against its own people and bratian described as a war crime. the get-out clause for the government appears to be that the shipments never went, so at the moment nobody is suggesting that british chemicals have been used to gas syrian children. there's a bigger question as to whether the government here has learned the lesson of a decade ago about so-called dual use materials. dual use was the phrase on everyone's lips at the end of 2002 when united nations inspectors were racing around iraq. they were arguing then that some things imported by iraq that looked harmless enough had a military capability. that suddenly sounds a bit familiar. >> i
very much indeed for that. james at the u.n. there, and, of course, david chase in geneva and lawrence lee in paris. we'll have morse information and developments on syria comes up a little later in the program. you could also get all of those development on our website, aljazeera.com. >>> now, to 300 families in the file philippine city of zamboanga city. the violence is into the eighth day. we have the report from zamboanga city. >> reporter: an entire city paralyzed by armed conflict. government forces continue to battle moro national leadership front fighters in the feel pe z philippines. the faith of the hostages is worse by the day. monday is day eight of fighting. human rights watch is urging restraint from both sides. an unknown number of civilians remain trapped in at least five coastal villages. >> they're worried about all the civilians still trapped in these villages really because we haven't seen any sort of -- how do you call this -- strategy by the military in how to get them out safely. >> reporter: the human rights group says the military cannot distinguish between t
in the future. lawrence lee, al jazeera in cornwall. >>> we have more news anytime on our website, aljazeera.com. stay with us on al jazeera. aaron jordan will be here in a few minutes. thanks very much indeed for watching "the news hour." back in an hour. on techknow, our scientists bring you a sneak-peak of the future, and take you behind the scenes at our evolving world. techknow - ideas, invention, life. >>> running out of time and out of options. congress moves a step closer to a government shutdown as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle stake out their claim. >>> spoiler alert. israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu comes to america to discuss the smoke screen that he says iran's president used to fool western powers. >>> paying to get paychecks. many low-wage workers are losing money every single time they get their checks. >>> and threading a needle at 100 miles per hour. now, we'll show you how this daredevil stunt am came -- came to a screec
than a hour, mayor ed lee will checkout a power stream damaged. they plan to provide an update on getting power generation back to normal. >>> time for weather now. lawrence taking all the credit for the beautiful weather today. >>> what about the people that like to ride bikes in lots of people like to do that on a day like today. beautiful out on the bay bridge. look at that. what a great day to get out and enjoy the bridge, ride the bike or just walk. we have great weather we're working on this afternoon. it's beautiful out over the financial district in san francisco. temperatures starting to warm up quite a bit. 77 in concord, 67 in san francisco. plenty of sunshine but less humid today. low clouds and fog likely to make a return. still low pressure off the coast line. that's ushering in some of the tropical pressure toward the east. more seasonal around the bay area. hot in the central valley, 97 in treasure no. the chance of a few more thunderstorms. 70s, 8s, in the south, 60s along the coast line. 60s and 70s inside the bay. if you want to checkout the first place dual,
. california, fat burger. now, there's truth in advertising. iowa, lee county. michigan, delta county. texas, bee county. idaho, boundary county. north carolina, rutherford county. pennsylvania, lawrence county. michigan, kinowah hills public schools. new jersey, city of burlington public schools. texas, the lion and rose british restaurant and pub. texas, m.t.c. restaurant management. utah, the millard school district. arkansas, the area agency of aging -- on aging of western arkansas. arkansas, wal-mart stores inc. anyone heard of them? increased temp share of work force to fewer than 10% from 1% to 2% before this year. california, c.k.e. restaurants. the list goes on and on and on. every one of those -- i read the first, i don't know, 50, 75 of the 301. it's all over the country. it's every state. now, you know a lot of folks in this body may say, "well, that doesn't impact us. what's the problem?" "you know, you serve in the senate, your salary's guaranteed no matter what." besides, we're exempted from obamacare. what's the problem? look, government is a boon business. you look at the co
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